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3 Ways To Make The Most Of Traveling With Your Spouse

Traveling with your spouse can be amazing. When you have largely the same interests and you’re both interested in seeing the world, it can be a ton of fun to explore this globe together. That said, spending too much time together can also cramp your style. Here are some doable tips to make the most of traveling with your spouse.

Make The Most Of Traveling With Your Spouse #1: Know Each Other Well

We all know that being self-aware is so important. But it also helps to know your partner well. If you know his/her basic needs like alone time, food, sleep, social activity, and physical things, longer periods of time together will be much more fulfilling. It may help to plan out some of your travel time before you leave to ensure you both get to do what you want. Respect each other’s space and need to be alone for part of the time.

Make The Most Of Traveling With Your Spouse #2: Blend the Best Of Both

If you both want to see and do different things during your travels, try to compromise. This is especially important if you don’t have a lot of time or it’s a short trip. I recommend choosing several things you can do together and some to explore on your own. Examples of things to do by yourself include massage, spa treatments, and workshops of interest. These could also be things to do together!

Make The Most Of Traveling With Your Spouse #3: Focus on Feeling Good

If you really want to make sure that you’re both feeling your best around each other, be aware of your physical and emotional needs. Traveling can take a toll on your body, as flying and long trips can dehydrate you and cause sleep deprivation. This happens a lot when traveling across many time zones.  So think about eating well, getting enough rest, and sleeping! Here is an informative infographic on sleep adjustment for long flights.

Infographic Design By mattressadvisor.com


About Madeline

Madeline is a mid-west mom of three who spends most of her time refilling ice trays and changing toilet paper...just kidding. She is a high school guidance counselor, all around funny gal, and a writer. Her first book, Be Happy Already!", is in the works.

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